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AP Government Supreme Court Cases Crossword

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One person, one vote Baker v carr
Prior restraint is unconstitutional Near v Minnesota
Established the selective incorporation doctrine Gitlow v New York
Established the lemon test Lemon v kurtzman
State sponsered prayer in schools is unconstitutional Engle v vitale
Allowed freedom of speech in school Tinker v Des Moines
Congress can regulate interstate commerce Gibbons v Ogden
Established Judicial Review Marbury v Madison
Overturned "Separate but Equal" in schools Brown v board
Selective incorporation of the exclusionary rule Mapping Ohio
Selective incorporation of the exclusionary rule Mapp v Ohio
State ban of abortion is unconstitutional Roe v Wade
"Separate but Equal" facilities are NOT unconstitutional Plessy v Ferguson
Established a national bank; said states can't tax the federal government McCulloch v Maryland
States must provide counsel in criminal cases Gideon v Wainwright
Established the Miranda Rights when someone is arrested Miranda v Arizona
Speech can be limited if it provokes a "clear and present danger" Schenck v US
Established the Miller Test to determine obscenity Miller v California
Congress can use the commerce clause to eliminate private discrimination Heart of Atlanta Motel v US
Campaign spending is free speech Buckley v Valeo
Declared executive privilege is NOT immune from judicial review Us v Nixon
Line item veto is unconstitutional Clinton v New York City
Gun Free School Zones Act is not interstate commerce Us v Lopez
The burning of the American flag is symbolic speech Texas v Johnson
Legislative veto is unconstitutional INS v Chada
The 5th Amendment does NOT apply to states Barron v Baltimore

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civics terms Crossword

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who is in charge of the executive branch? President
How many U.S. Senators are there? one hundred
We elect a President for how many years? four
What is the highest court in the United States? Supreme Court
How many justices are on the Supreme Court? nine
How old do citizens have to be to vote for President? eighteen
What is the supreme law of the land? Constitution
What do we call the first ten amendments to the Constitution? the Bill of Rights
Who approves supreme court justices The senate
The legislative branch is also known as Congress
a group of people that make laws legislature
a written document granting land and the authority to set up colonial governments charter
a legislature consisting of two parts, or houses bicameral
to vote approval of ratify
a form of government in which power is divided between the federal, or national, government and the states federalism
the branch of government that carries out laws executive branch
the area of jurisdiction of a federal court of appeals circuit
federal court where trials are held and lawsuits are begun district court
a group of people named by each state legislature to select the president and vice president Electoral College
a tactic for defeating a bill in the senate by talking until the bill's sponsor withdraws it filibuster

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Early Republic of America Crossword

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Who enforced the laws in the Whiskey Rebellion? George Washington
Who lead the Democratic Republicans? Thomas Jefferson
What was used to protect domestic trade? Protective Tarrifs
What does Washington's farewell address warn us about? Political Parties
The _______ cabinet were advisors under Washington. Presidential
The Proclamation of _________ was stated by Washington to be impartial toward other countries. Neutrality
Alexander Hamilton was a ________ Federalist.
Thomas Jefferson was a Democratic __________. Republican
Washington's Proclamation of Neutrality tells us to be ________ . Impartial
Who was president during the XYZ Affair? John Adams
What was the diplomatic disagreement between the U. S. and France? XYZ Affair
The ____ and Sedition acts were passed during John Adams presidency. Alien
The Sedition act violated an amendment? Sedition
What amendment was violated? First amendment
Jefferson's refused John Adams midnight_________ and lead to Marbury vs Madison Appointments
What was established in Marbury vs Madison? Judicial Review
Jefferson was president during the _______ Purchase. Louisiana
Jefferson was also president during the _____ Act of 1807 Embargo
Who was president during the War of 1812 James Madison
The War of 1812 was between the U. S. and ______. Britain
What was a main cause of the War of 1812 Impressment
What treaty ended the War of 1812 Treaty of Ghent
The Battle of New Orleans helped who gain fame? Andrew Jackson
Who was the Monroe Doctrine written by? James Monroe
What was Hamilton's solution to the debt problem? National Bank

Washington, D.C. Crossword Puzzle

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The head of the U.S. military is the ___. CommanderinChief
Which memorial is at the farthest west end of The Mall? LincolnMemorial
The Supreme Court hears both original and ____cases. Appellate
The President belongs to which branch of government? Executive
John Roberts is the ___of the Supreme Court. ChiefJustice
What body of Congress has 100 members? Senate
The President belongs to which of the two major political parties? Democrats
What river separates Washington, D.C. from Virginia? PotomacRiver
What state surrounds Washington, D.C. on three sides? Maryland
Which branch of the U.S. government makes all the federal laws? Legislative branch
How many Supreme Court justices are there? Nine
What building is at the eastern most end of the Mall? Capitol
____is the newest Supreme Court justice. ElenaKagan
The performing arts center in WDC in named after which president? Kennedy

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